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of us, or none of us, and that is the bottom line. it has to be that mentality. >> it is a way to control the prisoners. it takes the pressure off the guards and everybody else. they say we want to stop violence, but you promote a violence by segregating. when an individual comes, the first in the asking, where are you from? what is your nationality? that is how to divide and conquer. that is the way the united states is made up. that is how you work. north and south vietnam, for instance. they divide people so that the pressure will not be on them. that is how i see the system. i see it in prison, how they divide inmates. it is scary if inmates unite, and they do not like that. when i first come to prison, it will be a big thing if i went and sat with the blacks. it would be a big think if they caucasian sat with the asians. we only did that one time, where everybody got together, and we got what we wanted. when you unite, you can conquer. [applause] >> next question is for the commander. how can they community-based organization contact the task force for speaking engagements
including groundwater which would be used to augment the drinking water supply and recycled water used for non drinking uses and irrigation and toilet flushing. in san francisco we're moving forward with the implementation of our program. we have three projects here in the city. we have the harding park project and the reservoir and pump station that is used to pump water produced by daly city and we have the next water project and produce 1.6 million-gallons of recycled water for golden gate park and presidio park and the golf course and we have a project to deliver 2 million-gallons a day of recycled water. so again just to circle back as to why we're doing recycled water. recycled water lets us devote drinking water for the highest purpose which is drinking, and using recycled water for irrigation and toilet flushing just makes sense . the city of san francisco is devoted to this project and began in 1991 with the recycling ordinance and had large developments have this type of pipe for this. it was endorsed again in 2009 with the park amendments which called for maximizing w
manner and this power house building to commercial use and the south side of 20th street extension of the economy in the area right now and light industrial, arts and recreation and the things that are making that a cool hot new area and we can accommodate that growth. we think this will be jobs for 400 to 500 people. one of the things to recognize this project is important to the port for quite a while. a decade ago we were in contract with other entities to do this and tried to make this project happen. we carry $109 million in the capital plan to do these buildings. we have a project before you today where the orden development group would take the lead and invest their funds and realize this. one of the reasons -- the high level reasons we think this can succeed at this point. one is we brought the capital costs down for a number of reasons and one is the specialized expertise in saving the buildings. this is a strong market interest. they have shown interest to the capital and put their equity on the table. one of the things the buildings will bring is historic tax cre
to work with the last couple of years. i use elements of dance and choreography and combine that with theater techniques. a lot of the work is content- based, has a strong narrative. the dancers have more of a theatrical feel. i think we are best known for our specific work. in the last 15 years, spending a lot of time focusing on issues that affect us and are related to the african-american experience, here in the united states. i had heard of marcus shelby and had been in join his work but never had the opportunity to meet him. we were brought together by the equal justice society specifically for this project. we were charged with beginning work. marquez and i spent a lot of time addressing our own position on the death penalty, our experiences with people who had been incarcerated, family members, friends of friends. pulling our information. beyond that, we did our own research. to create a picture that resonated with humanity. it is the shape of a house. in this context, it is also small and acts like a cell. i thought that was an interesting play on how these people ma
of new mexico. the atomic bomb used in world war ii were designed and developed here. new mexico still plays a key role in maintaining the nation's massive nuclear arsenal. >> it is revitalizing its nuclear weapons production base, and again, the laboratories -- mark my words -- as the republicans already wrote, they are calling for or attempting to demand a "modern or had" that means a new designs. >> we will speak with jay coghlan of nuclear watch new mexico. and los alamos whistleblower chuck montaÑo. devastationt the uranium mining has had with leona morgan from navajo dinÉ against uranium mining. and michael reynolds on how he is quitting radically sustainable living operations through worship biotecture. >> the soldiers and all of the armies and all of the world, if there were to put down their weapons epic of tools and start making sustainable housing for all the people in the world, life would just begin on this planet. >> all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we're on the road in los alamos, new
where the case began. the state department tells congress security was adequate the day the u.s. consulate in libya was attacked. >> we had the correct number of assets in benghazi. >> pelley: sharyl attkisson is on capitol hill. officials say lance armstrong's team ran the most sophisticated doping program cycling has ever seen. armen keteyian on the evidence. and steve hartman "on the road" with the power of a uniquely american song. >> when you hear the first note, everything in our house comes to a complete halt. everything in our house comes to a complete captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. people waited outside overnight just for the chance to be inside the supreme court today for the most controversial case of this term. at stake: admission to college for millions of americans for generations to come. a decade ago, the court ruled that race could be used as a factor granting college admissions. but today, a new supreme court heard a challenge to that which could change the law of the land on affirmative ac
serious problems for us. i am supporting 1506 because i believe it starts to take us in the right direction. i don't believe that 1506 is necessarily the destination. i see 1506 as the beginning of a journey that we all have to embark together. when we start looking at drug addiction and the impacts of drug use as more of a health issue than as a criminal issue. having said that, i recognize we're not there yet and there's a lot of work that needs to be done. i believe 1506 begins to take us in that direction and why i'm supporting and why i'm here today. [applause] >> i'm wondering if you might be able to place this in a larger context for us, you heard george gascon's remarks. are they shared by folks in other states who have moved towards a similar type measure? >> there are a growing small but growing number of other district attorneys around the country in albany county, new york, in philadelphia, in atlanta, dallas, who are really beginning to break ranks with the broader d.a.'s associations and call for various types of reforms for the drug laws and drug enforcement. i thin
some indicated is getting worse. security remain we. in april, there was oly one u.s. diplomatic security agts stationed there. we also struggled to obtain additional personnel. but we were never able to obtain the numbers we were comfortable with. lou: all of this will be analyzed and checked by our experts tonight. the latest from the campaign trail that is winding its way quickly to electio day. congressman ryan's big night, the vice presentas well, with us tonight is senator ron johnson, strong supporter of wisconsinite, it is all unfoldinthe way that the producer blockbuster of 2016. dinesh d'souza with us. affirmative action, back before the supreme court. the high court heard arguments today as to whether we can be a colorblind society. shannon bream was there. we will have the report for us coming out. the administrion is't reeling. a president seemingly off-balance. governor romney has taken a slight overall lead in national polls and the president seems to be criticized almost as vigorously by his friends is by governor romney. now we learn the defense secretary leon pa
any announcements for us? >> yes, please turn off all cell phones and electronic devices, copies and any documents that should be part of the file should be submitted to the clerk, they will appear on the october 16, 2012 board of supervisor's agenda, unless otherwise stated. >> colleagues, item number 1 i'm not going to call just yet, they wanted to be here and present and answer questions, but they have a conflict at this moment, he will be later on in the meeting, item number 2? >> the resolution authorizing the director of public works to authorize the direct to have of public works to execute an amendment to the construction management services agreement with cooper pugeda management inc. for the laguna honda hospital replacement program. >> good morning, chair chu, john thomas, project manager for the laguna honda hospital replacement program, you have modification before you to increase the contract from 16.196 million to 16.805 million dollars to provide construction management service to the remodel of the h wing, which is the existing facility at laguna honda hospital,
conviction is going to necessarily prevent them from using. i think what would make more sense is to provide them with more services and to be more individualized in terms of treatment and how we address specific individuals. i also would note that when you are facing a misdemeanor charge, you're facing up to a year in county jail. now, sometimes you don't do a year in county jail because of changes that we've made to good time credits, but there is a threat potentially of incarceration that's attached to a misdemeanor conviction. so i think that's threatened us, if you're really looking for hammers and nails, why not just have a threat of a misdemeanor, period, of incarceration. the other thing i would say is that the respect trend has actually has been to implement shorter periods of flash incarceration so you actually provide an immediate sanction to address a particular problem which has had -- based on the research i've seen, greater success in changing behaviors because it's more of a cognitive behavior model and like a reward-punishment immediate system, whereas just putting people in
this was quite a difficult challenge for them and they used putty and over the last 80 years the cracks have formed and this is the method of water just infiltrates the building and there are just holes in the roof all over between the skylight and here are some of the very nasty conditions that we found. we did extensive water testing. essentially the skylight system has an internal drainage which is just for condensation, but over time because of the putty falling apart and the flashings deteriorating, water just poured into the building and has ruined the interior and you can see the staining, this is from the inside. we did, as i mentioned, extensive water testing over the last few months and have come to understand what the issues are. and essentially due to the kinds of materials they used in 1931, the stresses on the roof could not be dealt with and that's why the roof is entirely falling apart. here again are some details of the overflow from the skylight that have all deteriorates and have huge amount of damage. so the question is, how do we repair it? our utmost concern is to mai
footprint of that facility so we will be looking to use the time between now and when the port commission is asked to weigh in if a port site reaches the top of the list at developing a comparison set of criteria we would bring to you as a basis for making your decision on this project and certainly rent is something that we're always interested in. >> of course. thank you. >> i think this is a good concept. like my fellow commissioners i think they asked some intelligent questions and brad you just pointed out -- the port might not be the site that is chosen; right? so we have to right and still in the infancy stage. okay thanks. >> [inaudible] >> your mic is off. >> we appreciate you coming and presenting. thank you. >> item ten new business. >> commissioners any new business? no. >> any public comment? >> move adjournment in memory >> good morning, welcome to the regular meeting of the budget and finance committee. my name is carmen chu, chair of the committee, i'm joined by supervisor john avalos, and jane kim, we have phil dillon, mr. young, do you have any announceme
as well and give us confidence what we will see next year for the finals and the america's cup and i wouldn't be surprised if they said let's do it on the same weekend as fleet week again and it would be much. >> i echo the comments of my colleagues and was around the city and bumped into them and they were working hard and we owe you a great deal of thanks making this weekend come off so l i think i said at the last meeting this would be a real test and once we got through it and next year's america's cup will be a piece of cake hopefully and i want to thank the city family and staff and coordinating and working together and that in large measure made it work well and the coordination with muni and setting up the bicycle lanes and other modes of transit. i took muni to get down here and was amazed how easy it was and smooth and as director moyer said everyone was having a good time so that was nice to see and the tourists and everyone else enjoy tg and the weather held up too and thank you to the staff. it was above and beyond and thank you. >> is there any public comment on the ex
the zoning for the area, that would build private development that would enable us to rebuild that facility, it's i believe our oldest facility is the original muni head quart erps, the 100 year-old facility would allow us to rebuild that facility and retain it as a bus facility but move in our overheads line division which is in a masonry building right down here on division street, which we need to get them out of because it's not a safe facility for them to be in. so, that's kind of how that move happened. there's many other moves that happened to make all of this planning fit, but that's the likely other use of the bayshore lease facility, and mr. rose is right, there's nothing that guarantees by entering into this lease, that that actually happens, but it will be the recommendation likely that comes out of our real estate master plan that we will need to make happen in order to make the rest of the plan work, so it will certainly be in our interest to make that happen. so, that's part of the -- that's an assumption that is currently in the draft master plan, there are other alternative
. >> okay. item six please be advised that use of cell phonings, pagers and similar electronic devices are prohibited at this meeting. please be advised that the chair may order the removal of the meeting room of any person that uses one of these devices. please be advised that a member of the public has three minutes to make comments on each item. >> good afternoon. thank you for joining today. i have a short executive director's report and the first item happened a week ago saturday and i wanted to share with you. there was a pleasure craft vessel with three people board that was out on the bay and in the course on the bay they struck little alcatraz rock which is located on the west side of the island. in the impact tour a fairly sizable hole in the boat's hull. they were able to get over to the fisherman wharf's area and hook up for a barge doing construction for us and run by vortex who is doing the promenade work and the u.s. ghost guard and marine vessel unit responded to assist this vessel and helped the auntie am and needed the help of the vertex so she could be appropr
" with melissa francis is next. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here's what's money tonight. the u.s. tightens the noose around iran. a slate of new sanctions aiming for the heart of iran's oil industry. will they fuel even more chaos for the regime? >>> drilling for energy in a volcano. it's a brand new technique called hydrosheering which could give fracking a run for its money. the head of the company behind it is here exclusively to break it all down. >>> restaurant chains move more workers to part time to avoid health choir reform costs. i will talk to the vice president of white cools sell whether more businesses will follow. it is another fox business exclusive. even when they say it's not it is always about money. the melissa: first take a look at the day's market headlines. s&p downgrading spain's credit rating by two notches. that happened moments ago. om bbb plus to bbb minus. the ratings agency citing significant risk to economic growth and budget terri performance for the downgrade. i would say. >>> cut in forecast for global aluminum demand by alcoa and earnings warning by chevro
capitalism. you know capitalism lives here at fox business. she is joining us in a fox business exclusive straight ahead. dave: rome investors that some investors are fleeing but one manager says now is the best time to get into europe. there's a lot of opportunity. liz: we will tell you what drove the markets with that data download. mixed day on wall street. lost momentum in the last hour of trading. the s and p got finis gains but snapping a four game losing streak. energy and financial baton performing sector was telecom and consumer discretionary had trouble and struggles and corn prices surging. official u.s. forecast usda report for the harvest and the usda forecast dropped 13% compared to a year ago. that was bullish for prices. weekly jobless claims fell 30,000 to seasonally adjusted 339,000. the report is questionable. may not be as positive as the sharp drop in the case. numbers raise questions after investors call that a statistical fluke. labor department saying no state is to blame for the decline but questions whether california's numbers were weighing in on this remain. da
from the u.s. some nations want to speed up the pullout of the soldiers. but the meeting confirms there would be no changes to the withdrawal plan. nato ministers insisted that afghan military and police control an area covering three-quarters of the country's population. they also agreed to drop plans to train afghan troops and police to handle the aftermath of the combat troop withdrawal. nato secretary-general anders flores mussen insists it's based on assessment of the situation in afghanistan. >> it's not because isaf partners rushed for the exit. it's not because of lack of cohesion within our coalition. on the contrary. >> but relations between na nato-led forces and afghanistan have been strained by insider attacks. afghan military and police or people wearing afghan uniforms have killed more than 50 foreign soldiers this year. >>> people in north korea are marking the 67th anniversary of the founding of their ruling workers party. it's the first time the reclusive nation's leader kim jong-un has overseen the celebrations. workers lined up on the a hill in pyongyang to off
which means maybe a sprinkle or two. you can see rotating away from us. parent low down to our south and still stray showers in the forecast for today. if you get caught under one less than 1/10 of an inch. thunderstorms like yesterday will be further south of the monterey bay. >>> good morning. light out there now. overnight roadwork, bay bridge no metering lights no delays that hopefully will stay that way. southbound 101 roadwork over the waldo tunnel one lane has you approach the golden gate bridge roadwork north part of the span until 6:00. westbound dumbarton right lanes blocked until 5:00. >>> hayward police will reveal more on dna testing going on now that could potentially solve a case that has baffled the bay area nearly a quarter century. amy hollyfield is live with the latest on the michaela garecht investigation. >> reporter: the victim's family says they've heard from hayward police and the family is feeling confident that this bone belongs to michaela. the 9-year-old disappeared from hayward in 1988. police have told the family the bone they are looking at is that of a
on the line for us from istanbul. put this incident into perspective for us. what does it mean for to keep's role in the syrian conflict now -- turkey's role in the syrian conflict? >> turkey is getting ever deeper into the syrian conflict. we have the first incident on turkish soil where turkey took action against another state. there was a similar case last year when they stopped an iranian plane on its way to syria. this time, russia is involved. the turkish officials with whom i've been speaking are very eager to play this down, to say that maybe the russians did not know what was on the plane. they will work it out with the russians, so they are very easy not to cause another crisis. >> we understand there is a meeting scheduled for december 3 between the leaders. what do you think this incident will do to relations between russia and turkey? >> i think there will be a crisis, at least in the short term, but i think both sides are interested in good relations. turkey needs russia because it depends on russian gas for its energy supply. russia -- for russia, turkey is very important, s
-the-scenes is joining us tonight. he's the gop co-chairman of the presidential debate commission and has been in that role since the commission was founded in 1987. thanks for being here. so many questions i want to ask you. let's just start with centre college itself. how is it that have come to host two vice-presidential debate? >> they are one of only four schools in the country who have hosted more than one debate. this is their second. we go through a process where we send out a request for bids ahead of time. there were one of the schools that put in a bid to host the debate this time. we have a team that goes out, lighting, sound people, etc., and the secret service involved. we finally get down to deciding if we can do something geographically. we like to do one in the west, one in the south, one in the midwest, and one in the northeast. we knew them, the secret service knew the school. they did such a good job 12 years ago, we are just delighted to be back here. >> so much has changed in 12 years, not just in the country but about the debate. i heard an interview from then and it was
're hashing out possible solutions to a myriad of problems. our reporter is there with us again today. it looks a bit busier than what we've seen in the past few days. >> that's right. you can hear more of a buzz rising up from the meetings down below me. bumping into more people in the hallways as well. the lineups for all the information we're gathering here just a bit longer, not to mention the longer lines really getting through security today. the delegates to these meetings have been up in northeastern japan. they were talk about and visiting areas affected by the disaster last year. now they're back and refocused on the problems that they share. >> so what are they saying? >> really the head of the imf today drawing an analogy between the recovery from the disaster and the recovery from the global economic downturn. christine legard talked about the resilience of the japanese people. she's calling for that same type of drive from the world's financial leaders. . >> we expect action and courage os and cooperative action on the part of our members. >> she repeated her view that t
. a thousand page report from the u.s. anti-doping agency on how the seven times tour de france winner got away with it. >> it paints an undeniable web of, unfortunately, the deepest and the most sophisticated professionalized drug program we've ever seen a team run. >> hello, with the world of news and opinion. also in the program, the airport drama that escalates tensions between turkey and syria. and from moscow and damascus flight that had illegal cargo. the young pakistani girl shot by the taliban because she campaigned for education. still critical and now moved to another hospital. it's midday here in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington where the sporting icon lance armstrong's reputation has suffered yet another blow at the american anti-doping agency labeled him a serial cheat. they have accused him of being at the heart of the most sophisticated doping program ever seen in the sport. it says armstrong used illegal blood and drug transfusions and led his teammates to do the same. >> the american anti-doping agency says it is beyond doubt. lance armstrong won the tour de france seven times
the attack in libya that killed four americans, including our u.s. ambassador, a masked gunman was murdered, has murdered a security official who worked for the u.s. embassy in yemen. that is all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. >> first from fox at 3:00 in kentucky, we are live waiting for the debate. it and high 60's, the fall leaves are out and the drive from here to lexington, it is the "thrill in the villa," they made that up. our slogan people are better, a showdown between the current v.p. and the man would would like to take his job, congressman paul ryan. the stakes are higher than usual coming after the poll that show an increasingly close race much vice president biden is clearly a seasoned debater, doing it since he was a kid. tonight, under pressure to turn things around after president obama's first debate performance or lack thereof. congressman ryan looking to boost the romney campaign's recent rise in the polls tonight. the debates are not usually game changers but analysts say this year could be an exception. carl cameron is fouling the presidential candidate
as sheriff. this is not an easy decision or discussion for us. many of us, including myself, have worked with domestic violence victims for most of our careers. i just retired after 18 years of working as social worker in the emergency room at san francisco general hospital and spent many working hours trying to help domestic violence victims including getting some of them into places like la casa shelter. but our members, after long discussion, made it very clear that we feel that the mayor has been using this charter section in an unprecedented way to attempt to remove a more progressive elected official from office. and so our members are asking you to vote to reinstate him. in my training, which was given to me, and many of my coworkers around domestic violence training, were taught that you first take into consideration what the victim wants. we're appalled that that has not happened, that the wishes of eliana in this case have been ignored. please reinstate ross mirkarimi as our elected sheriff. thank you. >> president chiu: thank you. next speaker. >> good evening, president chiu,
of the situation with 706 mission and maybe josh can answer my question, but that's not before us today, of course, but i appreciate and we had asked this at an earlier hearing that we did where possible analyze impacts of buildings outside of the plan area which that is clearly outside of the plan area, what our action today does nothing to increase the shadow allowance for that particular project, which i understand, maybe i'm reading it wrong, but you are asking for a 0.19 increase for union square, however, we did comment that the increase if we were to include the 706 mission would be 0.2%, the 706 mission from what i'm reading from your report only increases the shadow to union square by 0.019%, so round it off, 0.01%, so if i'm correct, i wanted to comment that that is a very small amount, but it's a separate allocation from what we're dealing with today. >> commissioner, joshua, planning staff, the plan -- the district plan which is before you today, 706 mission is not part of the plan and therefore not technically part of this action, 706 mission would be an additional .09, if that projec
, other individuals feel differently. i will use the extended time while she is on administrative leave to determine the appropriate next steps. we tried to reach out to dr. mccsmc mccaskill but got no answer. >> as the president, the provost, that separation of personal and private life is kind of gon. >> that doesn't mean she'll vote for it. it means she's supporting people's right to vote, in my opinion. and people are reading too much into it. >> reporter: spoke by phone of pastor derrick mccoy leading the push to get the issue on the november ballot. ody just floate name out. where does the infringement on free speech end? >> reporter: the opposing group also came out tonight in support of dr. mccaskill calling for her mead reinstatement. >> fewer than 24 hours now before the vice presidential debate at center college in kentucky. unlike the presidential debate last week, joe biden and paul ryan will be seated during their 90 minute show down. >> mitt romney is campaigning in ohio tonight where he will spend three days focusing on the must-win state. 9,000 people attended his rally
outside at the u.s. capitol dome. >> -- all eyes on on the vice presidential debate. >> happy thursday. i'm wisdom martin. >> i'm tony perkins in for sarah simmons this morning. turn is here with the good word on what we can expect today as far as our weather. >> i'm wearing the red and blue. >> i got on purple. >> i don't know. >> there is always tomorrow to get it right. >> hopefully, there is tomorrow. >> all right. let's get to weather. it will be cool if you are heading to the game this afternoon. if you are working out in the yard, that kind of thing, cool as well. generally in the 40s. it has just fallen into the 40s here in the city. there is a live look at your satellite picture. most of the cloud cover is well to our north and to northern new england, upstate new yo. we are looking at fine conditionsen unlike yesterday, -- looking at fine conditions unlike yesterday. reagan national, right now at 49 degrees. 45 at dulles. bwi marshall, 46 degrees. here is your forecast for today. again, temperatures about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. we'll go 62 here in town. but notice mos
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potentially put us some more stronger weather right across gilroy as we head throughout the next 20 to 50 minutes. it does not look as strong as at 3:30 to 4:30 this afternoon, but it's more wet weather on top of the already saturated ground that left over one inch of rain. isolated flooding problems may be a concern for tonight in morgan hill and also for gilroy. here's our storm photos coming in. this one shows us quarter to marble-sized hail and nuke russ pictures coming into facebook of streets covered, lawns covered and minor car damage out here. not only gilroy with with the hail reports, but we got in from los gatos penny-sized hail coming in. we'll have it all hour coming up. >> thanks so much, jeff. >>> they are still alive. the giants won again today to force a winner-take-all game five tomorrow against cincinnati. let's go live to cincinnati where scott reese has reaction from the giants. they brought their bats today. what a game. >> reporter: they found their bats, which is a great thing after totaling five hits in the last two games, although they won one game, obviously. to
in. we're clear. you see off to the north and north of the u.s. right here on the canadian border making a push. we'll get clipped by some of that. it will drop our temperatures by 10 to 12 tomorrow into early saturday. the overnight cooling down to 40 or so. bring a layer. much more on your weekend and looking further than that coming up. >> thanks a lot, wyatt. >>> a previous disruption for people. several had to evacuate their homes as a precaution following a gas leak around 1:00 this afternoon. bge tells us a private contractor hit a line. no one lost their gas service. >>> there was an increase in the number of meningitis cases from the tainted batch of steroid shots. >> now the cdc said 170 cases are reported nationwide. the numbers are only expected to rise. massachusetts' governor de val patrick said the manufacturer may have misled regulators. >> i think the troubling thing is some of these compound pharmacies sell drugs not just in their community but across the country. >> the pharmacy surrendered their lps. >>> a family is clinging to hope praying that rescuers will f
starting us off today, our political director and chief white house correspondent, chuck todd is with us from the site of tomorrow night's debate in danville, kentucky, and chuck, set the scene tonight, the advance buzz, this has been called an epic generational debate, of course it takes on more importance given the first debate at the top of the ticket. >> reporter: well, the college here, centre college, they call it the thrill in deville, this is the second time they hosted a presidential debate, they hosted cheney versus lieberman but you're right, there is a lot more pressure on joe biden to perform. and he is sort of walking this line. i talked to aides that say yes, he will be more aggressive than the question. that is a fact. but the question is, is he too aggressive? because we mentioned the generational gap, because a lot of the people view this as more as a visual. does this person look like he is ready to be president? and that is paul ryan's challenge, he is youthful, compared to joe biden. and he was not helped yesterday. mitt romney says he was not sure if paul ryan had h
ito security failures at the u.s. consulate in libya. >> woodruff: we head to colorado, where the presidential candidates are targeting suburban voters. >> some of the things romney supports, i don't think are conducive to women's issues and as a business owner, i don't think obama is a good choice. >> ifill: outrage in pakistan, after an outspoken 14-year-old was shot by the taliban for promoting education for girls. >> woodruff: and we examine new evidence that lance armstrong was at the center of a sophisticated professional doping program, including testimony from his former teammates. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: the supreme court heard arguments today in one of the most closely watched cases of the term. it marked a return to the decades-long legal debate over a
's the ppt of aft2121, the faculty union, and a proponent of proposition a. also joining us is starchild, a local activist with the libertarian party of san francisco and a former candidate for the san francisco school board. he's an opponent of the measure. thank you both for taking the time to be with us today. >> thank you. >> alyssa, i'd like to give you the opportunity it share the thoughts of your position. >> so proposition a is a temporary 8-year, $79 parcel tax on properties in san francisco. and that money would go directly to supporting city college of san francisco. city college is the largest work force training center in san francisco. we train students. we also help students learn english as a second language and then of course one of our primary missions is to help students, particularly low income and underserved students, move on to 4 year institutions. we serve nearly 100,000 students in san francisco and are a tremendous resource, we think, for san francisco. the last couple years the state budget cuts we faced, $53 million in the last 3 years alone, have really
load, treatment of substance use as a way to prevent new hiv infections. and she, again, has a very difficult verse and very talented team and we're really excited to work with them as well. (applause) >> and then finally i want to introduce my staff. we were formally known as the hiv research section. but as you can see we have these other world class research organizations housed in our same institution. so, we've renamed ourselves bridge hiv. and i'm going to tell you a little story because i have sitting here. we got a grant from the tap root organization, which is a group that does pro bono work for nonprofit organizations in a variety of areas. and tim led two of our projects, one of which was to help us rename ourselves because we knew that it was confusing for us to be called the hiv research section when so many of us do research. we are called bridge hiv because we're a bridge to the east bay, to our international collaboraters, from the past, the very beginning of the epidemic when there was a research study called the san francisco clinic city cohort study or the hepatit
of the mass graves used by the man known as the speed freak killers. we will hear from the missing girl's mother. you may recall that she was kidnapped in 1988. she was nine years old at the time. on monday, hayward police told makayla's mother that one of the bones pulled from a mass gravesite could be hers. the gravesite was used by the speed freed killers. this is the first time the police have seemed this certain over the past two decades. >> i have shed plenty of tears the last few days with the idea that it could be her. i would like to have a resolution. if makayla died, then i want to know that. it just feels it might actually be. might be the answer. >> the bone in question is about three inches long. investigators september it along with the remains of another victim to that victim's family. they decided it just didn't match and had it tested at chico state. it turns out that bone likely is from a girl age five to 13 years of age. hayward police are now running dna tests to determine if it belonged to makayla. that's the question. they issued an apology for the mix up. hayward
of another kind. a hearing over the benghazi terror attacks that led to four deaths, including u.s. ambassador chris stevens, gets seriously heated. details next. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. i'm lynn berry. breaking news this morning out of the middle east p.. a yemeni security official that worked at the u.s. embassy was shot and killed in sanaa today. a u.s. official believed to be in his 50s was reportedly on his way to work when he was gunned down in a motorcycle attack. an editor at "the yemen post" in sanaa tells nbc news the ambush had all the hallmarks of an al qaeda-style attack. >>> back here at home, vice president joe biden and republican rival paul ryan prepare to square off tonight in kentucky in their one and only debate. new poll numbers show the current vp has his work cut out for him. according to a new survey from the pew center, just 39% of registered voters view biden favorably compared to 44% who favor ryan. when it comes to predicting the winner of tonight's debate, 40% of registered voters say ryan will come out on top, wh
. following last year's warm winter, some americans will get a sticker shock this year, especially those using heating oil. those bills are projected to rise 20%. lately the hot market has been cooling off. phillip streible of rjo futures joins us. good morning to you. what's your first impression of earnings? > > we've seen a lot of liquidation in the s&p 500 recently. investors are quite concerned about a slowdown in global growth, and also a slowdown in china. we saw alcoa start to come off here yesterday. there was concern that aluminum prices forecasted going forward would be a little bit lower because of that slowdown in china. > > coming up on friday we have financials in focus with wells fargo and j.p. morgan reporting in. can you see any positioning among traders on those stocks? > > i still think that traders are going to be a little bit more defensive. they're going to start looking at more defensive plays, looking at gold, looking at the u.s. dollar index or also treasuries. they believe that financials should continue a momentum lower, as we've seen over in european banking shares
with the mayor of paris, having gone there so many times, we also have with us tom horn who is our chairman of our sister city committee which has many exchanges which we're going hear about more of them today, mayor lee, you have been mayor for almost two years, and as you know, the mayor of paris has been mayor for 11 years, and look how young he is, so there's hope for you. we have just had a meeting inside and the mate -- mayor has made a promise which tom and i and matthew, we're going to make sure he keeps that promise and he says, next year, we're going to paris, so tom horn and i are going to be the advanced team, we're leaving with the mayor on a sunday when he goes back. so, may i introduce our mayor, a newer mayor than the mayor of paris but one we are proud of and we will be hoping that he is planning the trip very soon, so may i present mayor lee. [applause]. >> thank you, charlotte. >> well, thank you, everybody, for coming here today. as you can see, there was excitement in the air when the mayor of paris comes to san francisco and i want to welcome him, i want to welcome th
denied the u.s. consulate in benghazi. the question remains, and why does the administration continue to carry out a political cover-up of the terrorist attack that results in the deaths of u.s. ambassador, christopher stevens and three other americans. in washington, it seems that many americans believe that every bureaucracy and agency in washington is either politicized , incapable, or simply dysfunctional, the result is rising distrust of the government. today, the numbers in our government labored upon the report created suspicion, uncertainty, and a new dimension of mistrust. weekly jobless claims came in with low expectations the president once again asserting that the tax code is designed. in other words from the man was shot in the head and neck if he commuted to work in yemen. we will have the latest developments tonight. the latest in a series of incredible statements by stephanie cutter. touching on the tragedy in benghazi. carter's rationale for why the murder of our ambassador and three other americans has become the subject. >> in terms of the politicization of this, we
. >>> thanks for joining us. i'm mike hydeck. jc hayward is off today. a tragic fire tops our news at noon from baltimore. investigators are sifting through the burned out rubble of a house where five people were killed this morning. four of them were children. scoot broom is live in east baltimore. -- scott broom is live in east baltimore. he has more on the investigation as it goes forward. >> reporter: the house behind me was the rock, the home base for an unusually large extended family. and it was the matriarch of that family and four of her grandchildren who died here overnight last night in a fire that broke out at about 2:00 this morning. that matriarch was 55-year-old nancy ruell according to family members. the four grandchildren were ages 4 to 7. they're all gone. the bodies were found huddled together in a single room on the second floor in the back of the house. there was a rescue attempt by firefighters before dawn that was beyond heroic and ended up with two firefighters injured. one of them fell three levels through flames when the second floor collapsed from under
presidents spent for theirs. the president's retails for $15,600 and mitt romney got back to us and town and country they say, you are wrong. his $3,000 tag is a $300 nixon watch and we heard back from the president's team he said he had a watch from the secret service which was a gift. but he owns another watch which is a tag but we will be watching. anderson cooper 360 starts now. >> good evening. we begin tonight with a mother who is asking the toughest question a mother can. why is my son dead? that is all pat smith wants to know. her son, sean smith one of the americans killed in the attack in benghazi on september 11th. a month after, she watched her son's casket come off a cargo plane, a month after she says promised her answers, she says she is still waiting to hear. still waiting for answers. waiting for a call. congress held hearings today. we'll talk about that shortly, but first, my conversation with sean smith's mom, pat. i appreciate you being with us. i'm so sorry for your loss. what do you want people tonow about sean? >> so god. he was my only child. he was good
think that it's worth using the existing structure that we have now so that the commission can move forward. 15 is a relatively large number of people for a decision-making purposes and there is an executive committee that deals with governance. i think with the new head of the commission and certainly all of us in this room paying more attention to the work that the staff is doing and the commission's doing, i think we can using existing framework to make progress. so with that i just want to reaffirm the mayor's strong commitment to the importance of art, and this department, art is such a rich part of our city and, you know, we are -- it's hard to hear negative things about work that we're doing. but i do think that we are on the right track. so i'm happy to hand the mic over to tom delaney now from the arts commission. thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors. thank you for your time. and thank you. i just want to start by thanking the civil grand jury. i started in my role as director of cultural affairs on january 9 of this year and one of the things that came first light to
customers have the ability to access our web site or use our online banking service. we're working to resolve this issue and regret any inconvenience customers may be experiencing. one problem banks to go through such as bank of america and capital one and suntrust and all the banks that have been hit by the cyberattacks is when they stay one step ahead of the bad guys the bad guys only have to be just good enough in order to flood the system which makes it hard for legitimate clients to get in and do their online banking. we have spoken to tech experts and cybersecurity officials who say the difference in this attack and other attacks is the bad guys in this case, using web servers and not individual personal computers to launch the service attack and that is what everyone is interested in learning more about. melissa: vice president joe biden and paul ryan step into the ring tonight for the first vice-presidential debate. one topic expected to come up is medicare reform. rich edson joins us with a preview. >> both candidates for here. the vice president went ashore while ago and
, democratic dr. richard carmona, the former u.s. surgeon general. congressman jeff flake. and libertarian mark victor. each candidate will have a opportunity for an opening statement. the honor goes to richard carmona. >> thanks, ted. i am happy to be with you and my colleagues. this is an opportunity -- the fact of the matter is is that over a year ago when my colleagues first approached me, the cops, the firemen and ems personnel, and said there is an open seat, you should run. the first thing i said, is i will run as far away from washington as i can. i have been there. i was not sure i wanted to go back to the dysfunction. the more i thought about it, i realized that we need leadership there. this gridlock has hurt our nation. we have a fiscal cliff. congress has stalled. i have been very fortunate in my life. my mom only wanted one of her kids to graduate from high school i have been able because of a great country to get an education and go to medical school, to be a police officer and a professor. that is because we have a country that is full of opportunity. >> your time's up. dr. carm
with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. mitt romney is the candidate who will say whatever it takes to win. the race is tightening, but romney still needs to win over women voters. romney offered this moderate position when asked by a local iowa reporter if he will pursue any legislation specifically regarding abortion. >> there's no legislation with regards to abortion that i'm familiar with that would become part of my agenda. >> that statement is at odds with romney's entire campaign. his running mate and his party platform. president obama called romney on it during an interview with abc news. >> this is another example of governor romney hiding positions he's been campaigning on for a year and a half. >> does he lie? >> no, i actually think his position on, when it comes to women's rights to control their own health care decisions, you know, what he has been saying is exactly what he believes. he thinks that it is appropriate for politicians to inject themselves into those decisions. i think governor romney has made it very clear that if a bill comes to his desk that overturns
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